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Friday, December 9, 2022

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TIDBIT- Upper Canada Lodge closing in 2022

  NOTL's Upper Canada Lodge is expected to close in 2022, but the number of beds in Niagara-on-the-Lake will be unchanged as Pleasant Manor plans to add 120...

SIDEBAR- Blowing bubbles for IPF

As September is idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis month, the Canadian IPF Foundation is asking people to blow bubbles for those can’t because of the disease. IPF...

UPDATED- WINTER- A self-guided walkabout of historic, and haunted, Old Town

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva Denise Ascenzo   As one of the most historic towns in Canada, Niagara-on-the-Lake has plenty of hidden stories to tell. Whether you’re in town for a...

Fort George gives out Halloween treats

Parks Canada and the Friends of Fort George will be shelling out Halloween treats at the fort on Sunday, Oct. 31. Families are encouraged to bring little goblins and ghouls...

Town cuts community centre hours

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is reducing operating hours at the community centre due to a "massive decline" in people using the gyms facilities. As of Oct.14, the...

Businesses can apply for NOTL’s tourism recovery grant

Businesses in Niagara-on-the-Lake can now apply for a bit of of extra money to help with tourism-related projects during the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant, dubbed...

Feds unveil $500K to boost NOTL tourism

Shaw to get $400,000 to stage outdoor performances   The federal government has unveiled a $500,000 grant to support the tourism industry in Niagara-on-the-Lake in the...

Golf: Couples still talking after Matrimonial tourney

Perhaps the toughest annual test of golf was contested at the NOTL Golf Club last week, as almost 30 couples teed off in the Matrimonial Cup tournament.

Rotary’s ‘Big Backyard’ aims to help Niagara restaurants

Eleven Rotary Clubs across the Niagara Region are inviting people to make a difference while having fun in their own backyard.  The Rotary Big Backyard...

Op-ed: No more smiles in aisles, but let’s not lose the love

Ross Robinson  Special to The Lake Report So much more than well-stocked and always clean grocery stores and wonderful staff, Hendriks Valu-mart and Phil’s Valu-mart are...

Region defers mandatory mask decision

After more than four hours of sometimes contentious debate Wednesday, Niagara regional councillors had not come to an agreement about whether to make masks mandatory...

Town repeals freeze on urban development

Town council has voted to repeal an interim control bylaw that restricted development within the urban area of Old Town. The bylaw, passed on Dec. 5,...

Heritage tax rebate approved by council

After a continuous push from business owners on Queen Street, the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake now plans to establish a heritage tax rebate program. The tax rebate...

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